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Polozov: Ilmi Umerov's medical condition is still bad
17:06, 22 August 2016
Polozov: Ilmi Umerov's medical condition is still bad

Polozov is insisting on involving more people into this illegal criminal prosecution of Umerov in Ukraine and abroad.

17:06, 22 August 2016

Twitter Nikolai Polozov

Ilmi Umerov's medical condition is still bad. This was announced by Nikolai Polozov, an attorney of a detained deputy head of the Crimean Mejlis Ilmi Umerov on his Facebook page, after he had a meeting with his defendant.

"I met with Ilmi Umerov in the Republican psychiatric clinic, where he is being held illegally according to the court order which hasn't yet entered into its legal force. for inpatient psychiatric examination. Ilmi Umerov's medical condition is still very poor, after he was almost forcefully displaced from the cardio center to the psychiatric hospital by FSB officers."

He also wrote that the workers of the psychiatric hospital seem not to be happy with the existing state of things. :"They are trying to create more human conditions. However, they are also an element of a repressive machine of Russian authorities in the Crimea, as well as a young FSB investigator Skripka, "investigating" "a criminal case" against Umerov, but essentially executing an illegal order of his administrative authorities."

Related: Umerov may be held in psychiatric hospital up to 90 days - daughter of the deputy head of Mejlis

Polozov says that FSB doesn't want to make a lot of noise around the story and just issue a medical certificate. Thus he is insisting on involving more people into this illegal criminal prosecution of Umerov in Ukraine and abroad.

"This is the only way to resist the illegal actions of the Russian authorities in Crimea. The only way to stop the repression against the Crimean Tatars!" - says Polozov.

Related: Prices are steadily growing in Crimea due to blockade - Umerov

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